Decisions, decisions, decisions…how many have you made already this week? I had to get a new smartphone a few days ago, and it got me thinking about all the decisions we make. Even a decision like that one can get you stuck if you are not careful. If someone would follow us around and track … Continue reading Decisions, Decisions, Decisions
And you could add, "...for different types of people." One of the areas of my MBTI team sessions is the last dichotomy to compare, the part about how others see us. It especially relates to completing projects and the way we order our work. That means it speaks to our use of time. And that … Continue reading Different types of goal setting
Last week the NFL honoured a small group of individuals by being selected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which means they received their 'beige jackets'. Yes, I am a football fan, and this post does apply to you. Two of the players honoured led contentious careers, which were marked by soundbites against their … Continue reading Is it an outcome? Or an occurrence?
There is also another side to motivation. You might call it, lighting the fire under your butt. But there are two different ways that can happen. Success My oldest son Corban graduated this week, and man am I proud. I was proud of my daughter as well, but I think there are things we are … Continue reading Are you motivated by pain or success?
"Once a foundation of engagement is in place, then you can focus on culture change. If you can't engage your employees, then you can't build a culture, and if you can't do that, then all talk of mission rings hollow." (Nate Dvorak, "When Mission Doesn't Matter", Gallup Blog, April 10/18) I used to preach/yell/chant/scream about … Continue reading Is your goal the same as your co-worker’s?
Warning: This post contains free content to help you organize and de-stress. If you don't want that in your life, you may be disappointed! (Or you can just scroll to the bottom to get the download) I am not one for rigid routines. So it may surprise you that I still talk to people about … Continue reading Free Download: What is your daily routine?
I had the privilege of spending a late evening with individuals needing help with their fundraising vision. It is very rewarding to help people see past the nuts and bolts of whatever they see is the process, and take them to a place where they get to create a vision for their goals! Sometimes that process … Continue reading Helping People with Their Fundraising
I invite you to sign up for my new email series, part of a project I am simply calling: Monday Motivation. (#MondayMotivation for all you hip folks) 4 weeks of thoughts, challenges, insights, questions to motivate you throughout the week. This first series is one close to my heart, so I'm excited to share it … Continue reading Live on Purpose
Do you notice them? I'm blessed to have have worked with youth and young leaders for years. I got to see people grow everyday. When I didn't notice this anymore there was a problem with my vision. Your own growth as an everyday leader in your circles depends on seeing the people growing around you. … Continue reading Everyday leaders are growing around you
Where do you place your highest priorities in life? And how long is that list? A while back I was called to evaluate this list, considering what my next options were in career and vocation. As I tend to be one who spends a lot of time evaluating and introspecting on the healthiest of occasions, … Continue reading What is your top 5%?
I hate New Year's resolutions. They are the adult equivalent to children sitting on a mall Santa's lap at Christmas. The problem is not so much with the idea of setting realistic goals and establishing what your true hopes are going forward. The issue lies in how you go about it. Most people tend to … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions and Your Wishful Thinking